Roger Ebert called him a national treasure. Others called him something far less flattering -- various synonyms for jerk, pest, human irritant. Ron Galella, the original paparazzo who became famous for snapping the likes of Marlon Brando, Jackie Onassis, Robert Redford and other mega-celebrities, is the subject of the affectionate documentary Smash His Camera, from director Leon Gast. Galella flourished in the 60s and 70s, an era that seems almost quaint compared to the aggressive and hostile practices of today's paparazzi. This piece aired originally on CNN in 2010. The reporter is Brooke Anderson.